PacketFabric expands its network to Switch providing flexible connection to the platform

PacketFabric, the highly scalable Connectivity-as-a-Service (CaaS) platform and member of the NantWorks ecosystem of companies, has expanded its network to Switch, the global technology infrastructure corporation that develops hyperscale data center ecosystems for elite colocation, enterprise hybrid cloud and connectivity solutions.

PacketFabric customers are now able to access the data center from any location on the PacketFabric network, with other Switch facilities to follow shortly thereafter.

PacketFabric offers Switch clients the ability to reach new partners, customers, and locations, as well as cloud and other technology service providers on the PacketFabric network.

PacketFabric customers gain additional options to reach its platform, and interconnect with Switch data center clients.

Deploying PacketFabric’s CaaS platform at Switch data centers offers customers new options for connectivity and cloud solutions.

This implementation will allow Switch clients to instantaneously provision secure network connectivity, as well as establish direct, private connections to Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, IBM Cloud, and other leading cloud service providers.

“PacketFabric is proud to be a strategic part of the growing services and solution provider ecosystem within Switch’s premier Tier 5 Platinum data centers,” adds Chad Milam, President and Chief Operating Officer, PacketFabric.

“The expansion to Switch brings our network-as-a-service platform to additional markets and gives our customers greater flexibility in connecting to our platform.”

PacketFabric provides highly scalable, private network connectivity on demand, at speeds from 1Gbps to multi-100Gbps, reducing the sourcing and provisioning times of network services to minutes, through an intuitive web portal and API.

By connecting to PacketFabric, companies enjoy instant access to simple, cost-effective, and scalable network deployment.


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